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Quantum science and technology exploit the quantum-mechanical phenomena of coherence, superposition, and entanglement, and the particular properties of quantum-mechanical measurement, to provide new techniques for sensing, measurement, information processing, data transmission and storage. Quantum technologies are already providing miniature chip-scale atomic clocks for navigation and timing; future devices will include high-sensitivity accelerometers, gravimeters and magnetometers for navigation and geological exploration, micromechanical mass and pressure sensors with single-molecule discrimination, single-electron transistors, quantum-engineered solar cells, and entanglement-based quantum information processing.
We have projects in a number of areas including:
For more information on our current projects please visit www.qlm.soton.ac.uk